The Juventus Academy of Los Angeles strives to deliver the most complete and advanced soccer program in Southern California. Our ultimate goal is to develop and promote individual youth players through professional leagues and the extensive Juventus network around the world, and the collegiate level in the USA.
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We are located on the Westside of LA. We play in the Coast Soccer League, and we are currently practicing 2 times/week; on Mondays and Wednesdays, and games on the weekends. This is subject to change depending on field availability, game dates and LA county COVID-19 guidelines. The youngest Academy Team is 2014, and the oldest is 2004. For older players, we have LA10 FC; our Men's team.
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Sergio Corrente, German Munoz & Matt Salem - USSF C license
Carlos Gomez & Michael Braico - USSF D license
Isabella Rafael- B.A. in International Business
For details and more information about our coaching staff, click here.
What do we mean by the “Juventus Way”? Following on from our philosophy, we aim to develop footballers through a vision which combines technical aspects with mental, emotional and interpersonal ones. Our methodology can be summarised in five points:
STYLE OF PLAY
Dictate proceedings, keep possession of the ball and stay calm. Focus on individual initiative and collective hard work.
Honed through dynamic drills that aim to perfect every technical skill. The development of each individual player is placed at the heart of every exercise.
Run through several detailed individual and team match situations, to be alternated throughout the week.
Train the individual to make effective decisions in match situations. Develop their speed of thought to adapt with changeable tactical and technical scenarios.
EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL FACTOR
Promote an identity fostering the values of sacrifice, bravery and teamwork, to be applied both on and off the pitch.